Saturday, October 10, 2009


About five days ago, media reports stated that Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, who has missed two games with a rib injury, was bent over in pain during practice.
What a difference five days can make?
Hasselbeck has been upgraded from questionable to probable and is expected to start against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
The question is, how effective will he be? How long will it take for his timing plays to be in synch with receivers T.J.l Houshmandzadeh and Deion Branch?

Hasselbeck has apparently thrown away his old flak jacket with a new, state-of-the-art flak jacket to protecdt him better. My advice is to start him if you you don't have better options because the Seahawks will certainly be playing catch up during the game.

The Seahawks' defensive line is still decimated with injuries and last week it allowed Peyton Manning to throw for 353 yards. This should be a shootout and Hasselbeck will likely be chucking the ball more than handing off as the game wears on.

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